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In 2002, author Sylvia Ann Hewlett wrote a book professional women and the quest for children which scared many career women in their 30s silly about the limited time they truly had to find a suitable mate and get pregnant.
I joined my generation in a collective gasp. “Now?” I whined to myself. I had just finished graduate school and was trying to launch my career as a freelance journalist Plus, I still had to break up[with current boyfriend who didn’t want to settle down], grieve, find a new apartment, move out, lose ten pounds, acquire new relationship skills, and try to meet someone else. Then I had to get engaged, marry, and make a baby.
That left very little contingency for rebounds, bad judgment, and trouble becoming pregnant.
If everything went as planned, I could have my first baby at thirty-seven and maybe fit in a second by thirty-nine. “My God!” I exclaimed to my girlfriend over the hone. “I’ve already lost my third child!”
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